Podcast – The Prog Mill edition 319 (26 June 2022)

Edition 319 of THE PROG MILL for Progzilla Radio (539 in total), first broadcast Sunday 26 June 2022, is now also available to stream on demand or download.

Two hours of superb melodic & symphonic progressive rock. This week’s show also includes the regular album review from The Progressive Aspect, as Leo Trimming takes a listen to Airbag’s ‘A Day in the Studio/Unplugged in Oslo’, and our fun quickfire quiz invites you to identify five mystery female prog singers by hearing just a snippet of each.

The Playlist

1 Tim Bowness – Always The Stranger (Butterfly Minds)
2 Realisea – Malgre Les Vagues (Fairly Carefree)
3 Cellar Noise – Underground (Alight)
4 Caligula’s Horse – Waters Edge (The Tide, The Thief and Rivers End)
5 Anderson Stolt – We Are The Truth (Invention of Knowledge)
6 Kaipa – In The Wastelands of My Mind (Urskog)
7 The Tangent – In The Dead of Night (Edit) (Tales from the Hard Shoulder)
8 Airbag – Sunsets (A Day at the Beach)
9 Airbag – Come on In (A Day in the Studio/Unplugged In Oslo)
10 The D/A Method – Hour of the Wolf (Sanctuary)
11 Tranquility – Silver (Silver)
12 Darkher – Immortals (The Buried Storm)
13 Gentle Giant – Alucard (Gentle Giant)
14 The Prog Collective – In The Land of Grey and Pink (Songs We Were Taught)
15 Van Der Graaf Generator – Theme One (Pawn Hearts)

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Your melodic and symphonic progressive rock music suggestions for the show are very welcome. Just email shaun@progzilla.com, or message via twitter @shaunontheair or facebook.com/theprogmill

The podcast will be uploaded shortly – watch out for the next posting which will contain the link!